Raspberry Cream and Brownie Trifles For Two
I’ve kind of been into individual desserts lately and what better time to share these raspberry cream and brownie trifles for two than right before Valentine’s Day! You could definitely share one, but when it comes to sweets, sharing just isn’t in my nature! This sweet treat is the perfect dessert for a romantic night in or an easy dessert for a chocolate lover. This easy recipe is light but filling with rich brownies and delicious raspberries. Such an easy Valentine’s Day dessert idea but looks like a millions bucks, and taste like you got it at a fancy restaurant.
Even though this dessert looks absolutely fabulous, don’t let it fool you that it’s super sweet. Both the raspberry and chocolate kind of even each other out and make for the most perfect combination of flavors.
You could certainly double the recipe and make a classic trifle size. It definitely would wow the crowds and having everyone coming back for seconds.
Feel free to use your favorite brownie recipe, box or even store bought ones, note: you only need 4 brownie squares total.
Raspberry Cream and Brownie Trifles For Two
- 4 brownies
- 1 1/2 cups whipping cream
- 1/4 cup granulated sugar
- 1/2 tsp pure vanilla extract
- 4 TBSP raspberry preserves
- 1 pint fresh raspberries
- In a large bowl beat together whipping cream, sugar and vanilla extract on high speed for 2 minutes or until stiff peaks form.
- Gently fold in raspberry preserves and mix until just combined.
- In two clear tumbler glasses place a few broken pieces of brownie on the bottom along with 4 raspberries.
- Place about 1/2 cup raspberry cream on top and repeat with one more layer.
- End with raspberry cream on top and garnish with remaining raspberries.
- Chill until ready to serve.
- It can be made up to two days in advanced. Just make sure to cover it with plastic wrap and store in the refrigerator.
Make sure to check out these other great recipes from My Name Is Snickerdoodle like her Valentine Graham Cracker Cookie Sticks,
plus these easy Mexican Bean Pizzas.
That recipe is really just for one – Me!! Thanks for sharing at the What’s for Dinner party!
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Well, the first ingredient is brownies so how bad can it really be? 🙂 I’d love for you to share over at Let’s Party! https://themarkandjanshow.com/2018/02/13/lets-party-8/ … we look forward to seeing you there!
LOL, I’m with you Jan! xo
where’s the ‘print’ button so that I can print out the recipe?
We’ve updated it, Colleen! Thank you!! 😀
Thank You so very much.
I bet these would also be good using crushed Oreo’s in place of the brownie.
I’m an Oreo girl and hubby a brownie kind of guy. I just may have to make some of each.
Thanks for sharing the recipe. What a great Valentine treat this will make :} Great little dessert for small, wide mouth canning jar.
These look so good! Making me feel hungry!
These look amazing. Featuring when my party opens tonight! Thanks as always for sharing your creations.
Thank you, Carol!
These look delicious and they would be perfect for Valentine’s Day. Pinning. Thanks for sharing at Snickerdoodle!
Yum yum these look delish! Thanks for sharing with us at Family Joy Blog Link Up Party this week. Glad you joined us.
These look delicious. Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home.
What a great recipe for your Raspberry Cream Brownie Trifles! Hope you are having a great week and thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday. We look forward to seeing you again real soon!
Oooohhhhh two of my favorites together!!! Thanks for sharing on Homestead Blog Hop!!
Looks so yummy! great photography! thanks!
It looks amazing, right? Mmm!
This sounds so amazing!
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This looks so yummy; I always love the combination of chocolate and raspberry! I have some leftover chocolate cake and think I”ll try to make this with that instead of brownies. Pinned.
This looks so delicious! Would be a perfect valentines day treat! Can’t wait to give this a try.
Yes, so yummy!
Your photos are beautiful! And those Brownie Trifles look delish!
We love our Amy, her photog rocks!
This looks just delicious! Trifles are my favorite recipes to make and I have to pin this!
Yes….trifles all day, e’vry day! Mmm!
I need this in my life right now! This would be the perfect dessert to celebrate the coming of warm weather! I was hoping to gain that with my “Mini Fruit Pizza’s”, but this may be even better! Thanks!
That raspberry dessert looks awesome!
Oh, thank you Sherilyn!
These look like the perfect Valentine’s Day dessert 🙂 Those heart shaped spoons are too cute as well!
Agree, yum! And those spoons…all the heart eyes emoji’s, lol!
Whenever I eat ice cream I pull out those adorable spoons just because they are so cute!
I had to click over from your pulled pork recipe. This is the perfect dessert. Off to check out Amy’s site, her meals looks very doable for not so great cook like myself.
That’s exactly why we adore Amy, lol,she makes cooking easy for the rest of us 😀
You are so sweet Jessi! I do try my best to make my recipes doable!
OMG! These look awesome! Trifle is my favourite dessert but since it’s the kinda thing I thought you needed a crowd for, I never made it. This is a game changer! Pinning.
Well thank you Elyse! Amy really knocked this recipe out of the park since yes, it can be served individually… midnight snack, here I come! Haha!
Thanks so much Elyse! I sure hope you enjoy them! Making mini anything is always fun.